TRANSLATED GUIDE: Circuit Playground Express: Piano de Limones #AdafruitLearningSystem #CircuitPlaygroundExpress @Adafruit

Una guía recientemente traducida en el Adafruit Learning System hoy / a newly translated guide in the Adafruit Learning System today: Circuit Playground Express: Piano de Limones

Esta guía de va a introducir a la tarjeta Circuit Playground Express (o CPX para abreviar) y CircuitPython. La Circuit Playground Express es una fantástica tarjetita llena de todo tipo de sensores, interruptores y luces. CircuitPython es un derivado también open-source, de MicroPython, diseñado específicamente para usar con microcontroladoras de Adafruit como la CPX.

Este proyecto te va a enseñar como usar CircuitPython para manipular y usar los pads de toque capacitivo, los Neopixeles, el interruptor deslizante y el parlante integrado. ¡Luego los vas a combinar para crear un piano con tonos que prenden según los colores del arcoiris!

Mira esta guía ahora / See this guide now > > >

La autora de la guía, Kattni Rembor, no solo hizo un interesante proyecto sino que también le puso un nombre en inglés, que tiene un doble sentido que por más que traté, no he logrado traducir de forma que se mantenga dicho doble sentido. Así que no queda otra, que explicarlo.

El nombre original: “Piano in the Key of Lime“, “key” sería la llave , y “of lime” sería porque está construido con frutas, en este caso limas que son similares a limones.

See the original English guide by Kattni Rembor: Circuit Playground Express: Piano in the Key of Lime



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